I'm looking for a heirloom winter squash, besides butternut, that will keep for an extended time outside of refridgeration. I grow butternut squash every year, and they will keep in the back of my cabinet for around 6 or 7 months, but i'm getting tired of eating just that type constantly. I've tried acorn, mooregold, and burgess squash but have found them all unsatisfactory. Acorn turns rock hard and mooregold and burgess rot quickly. This summer i plan to try hubbard squash but if anyone has experience with winter squash i'm open to suggestions.